Within International E-Waste Day, promoted by WEEE Forum - the world's largest multi national centre of competence as regards operational
Within H2020 FORCE Project, a Circular Economy project on PLASTIC, WEEE, ORGANIC, WOOD AND WOOD WASTE (www.ce-force), INVOLVING THE CITIES OF
It is called "open scope" and it's part of LEGISLATIVE DECREE n. 49 (14 March 2014) implementing EU Directive 2012/19 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Thanks to open scope, it's possible to extend the definition of Electrical and Electronic Devices to a series of other products not previously foreseen, which will considerably increasing electronic waste collection.
In particular, the open scope will allow to dispose of - together with large and small appliances, consumer electronics, light sources, screens, etc.- also: fuses, USB sticks, Plugs/sockets/Adapters, Cables and extensions, Electric Bikes, Pellet Stoves, Terminal blocks and more.